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Fixed charges are sums you have to pay out regularly, week after week, or year after year.
DOLLARS AND SENSECOL. WM. C. HUNTER
The remainder you will probably have to pay out for your board.
THE MISSING TIN BOXARTHUR M. WINFIELD
I ain't going to pay out money for the benefit of some stranger who'll come after me.
"If we have to pay out part of our clothes every time we get a dinner we soon won't have any left," he said.
THE YOUNG TRAILERSJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
The King was unable or unwilling to pay out of his coffers the expenses of the campaign.
JOAN OF ARCRONALD SUTHERLAND GOWER
I have never been able to ascertain exactly what they bring in by way of rents, or pay out by way of interest.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
Had the bank manifested a willingness to pay out the public money in its possession for this object?
Universal consent had declared that it all was my fault, and I ought to pay out for it.
It slid down over the edge of the roof and both boys kept lowering it until there was no more to pay out.
THE PUTNAM HALL ENCAMPMENTARTHUR M. WINFIELD
Then there was a tiny splash and one of the secret service men began to pay out the anchor rope over the side.
THE SECRET WIRELESSLEWIS E. THEISS

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